Shigeki Morino said he drew from various pop-culture elements of the late Seventies and Eighties, including J-pop singer and actor Kenji Sawada as well as pro wrestling, action movies and, the designer said, “things that men from that era liked.” Much of his collection featured dapper suits worked in everything from pinstripes to pastels and most of them shown with slim, ankle-length pants. There were also bright paisley shirts with ruffles, sailor striped shirts and boxy tops with matching Bermuda shorts. For the finale, the models donned wrestler masks while Morino posed with a golden pistol for added masculine effect.

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